- (in prescriptions) ointment.
Origin of ung.
From the Latin word unguentum
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Examples from the Web for ung
Why then—in the words of Rudyard—heed ye the "Story of Ung!"
I should want to 'owl and 'ammer things if I 'ung about 'ome.Kipps
H. G. Wells
"You ain't got no tex' 'ung up," she remarked, disparagingly.
Working the snow with his fingers, 'Read ye the story of Ung!'Collections and Recollections
George William Erskine Russell
You will observe that someone has 'ung his 'at and coat up at the entrance, not being certain of getting in.
- unguentum (unguent; ointment)
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